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* AnimeFirst: Most ''Gundam'' animated work has been anime first, with the exceptions of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'', which were based on novels; and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamThunderbolt'', which was based on a manga. The success of the latter two has lead to Bandai considering animating other popular manga/novel works in the franchise.

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* AnimeFirst: Most ''Gundam'' animated work has been anime first, with the exceptions of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'', which were based on novels; and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamThunderbolt'', ''Manga/MobileSuitGundamThunderbolt'', which was based on a manga. The success of the latter two has lead to Bandai considering animating other popular manga/novel works in the franchise.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As noted under ExecutiveMeddling, Sunrise chose to follow ''Gundam Wing'' with the original 0079. Creator/{{Toonami}}, who aired ''Wing'', had approached them for another Gundam series after ''Wing'' finished it's run, and had their eyes on the aforementioned ''X'' and ''Anime/TurnAGundam'' - had Sunrise said yes, not only would those series have gotten dubs, but it's likely that the ''Gundam'' Boom would have stayed on longer. What makes this example particularly weird is that later, Sunrise let Toonami air the aforementioned ''G Gundam'' - one can't help but wonder why Sunrise didn't just let them air ''G'' first.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As noted under ExecutiveMeddling, Sunrise chose to follow ''Gundam Wing'' with the original 0079. Creator/{{Toonami}}, who aired ''Wing'', had approached them for another Gundam series after ''Wing'' finished it's run, and had their eyes on the aforementioned ''X'' and ''Anime/TurnAGundam'' - had Sunrise said yes, not only would those series have gotten dubs, but it's likely that the ''Gundam'' Boom would have stayed on longer. What makes this example particularly weird is that later, Sunrise let Toonami air the aforementioned ''G Gundam'' - one can't help but wonder why Sunrise didn't just let them air ''G'' first.first.
** The original name for the robots was "Gundom," a portmanteau of the words "gun" and "freedom." However, Yoshiyuki Tomino changed the name to "Gundam" to evoke the idea of the robots being used like a dam to hold back enemies.


** For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have since released every animated ''Gundam'' production except for ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (which is unpopular enough that fans aren't exactly clamoring for it).
** Gundam ''games'', on the other hand, are very rarely available in North America. ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' is about the only major series that is available in English. However, ''Gundam Breaker 3'' is available subtitled in English (from Singapore), and the 2017 ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam Versus]]'' game will be released in Western markets.

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** For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have since released every animated ''Gundam'' production except for ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (which up to ''Build Fighters Try'' (''Iron Blooded Orphans'' is unpopular enough licensed by Funimation, who are taking care of the US release of that fans aren't exactly clamoring for it).
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** Gundam ''games'', on the other hand, are very rarely available in North America. ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' is about the only major series that is available in English. However, ''Gundam Breaker 3'' is available subtitled in English (from Singapore), and the 2017 ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam Versus]]'' game will be was released in Western markets.


* MilestoneCelebration: In a specific example, 2017 marks the 30th anniversary of Gundam video games, the first being ''Zeta Gundam: Hot Scramble'' for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicon]]. To celebrate this, Bandai created the Hot Scramble Gundam (based off of the Zeta-inspired Scramble Gundam from ''Anime/GundamBuildFightersTry Island Wars'' and piloted by Meijin Kawaguchi III) and included it in several Gundam games released in 2017, including ''VideoGame/SDGundamGGeneration Genesis'' and ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam Versus]]''.

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* MilestoneCelebration: MilestoneCelebration:
** In 1999, in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the franchise, Sunrise both brought Creator/YoshiyukiTomino back to direct a ''Gundam'' series (''Anime/TurnAGundam'') and commissioned a live-action ''Gundam'' movie (''Film/GSaviour''). One of those was very well-received by the fans... the other not so much.
** In 2009, in recognition of the 30th anniversary, Sunrise released a short video called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2M53lQ3bEE Gundam Perfect Mission]]", showcasing many of the franchise's most famous Gundams working together to get the original Gundam's core fighter into orbit. A 1:1 scale Gundam model was also built in Japan, and remained on display outside the Gundam Museum in Odaiba until 2017 (when it was replaced by a 1:1 scale of the Unicorn Gundam).
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In a specific example, gaming example specifically, 2017 marks the 30th anniversary of Gundam video games, the first being ''Zeta Gundam: Hot Scramble'' for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicon]]. To celebrate this, Bandai created the Hot Scramble Gundam (based off of the Zeta-inspired Scramble Gundam from ''Anime/GundamBuildFightersTry Island Wars'' and piloted by Meijin Kawaguchi III) and included it in several Gundam games released in 2017, including ''VideoGame/SDGundamGGeneration Genesis'' and ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam Versus]]''.


** For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have released every animated ''Gundam'' production, subtitled if not dubbed, in the US save for two: ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamMSIGLOO MS IGLOO]]'' (which is rather obscure) and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (which is unpopular enough that fans aren't exactly clamoring for it).

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** For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have since released every animated ''Gundam'' production, subtitled if not dubbed, in the US save production except for two: ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamMSIGLOO MS IGLOO]]'' (which is rather obscure) and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (which is unpopular enough that fans aren't exactly clamoring for it).


** This was also the only reason that ''Anime/SDGundamForce'' aired on ''Creator/{{Toonami}}'' - the staff didn't want to air it, but Sunrise forced them. Fortunately, by the time Toonami had come back, Sunrise had learned their lesson, so they allowed them to air ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' instead of ''SD Gundam Force''.


** Gundam ''games'', on the other hand, are very rarely available in North America. ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' is about the only major series that is available in English. However, ''Gundam Breaker 3'' is available subtitled in English (from Singapore), and there are rumors floating around of the next entry in the ''VideoGame/GundamVsSeries'' being made available in some form.

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** Gundam ''games'', on the other hand, are very rarely available in North America. ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' is about the only major series that is available in English. However, ''Gundam Breaker 3'' is available subtitled in English (from Singapore), and there are rumors floating around of the next entry 2017 ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam Versus]]'' game will be released in the ''VideoGame/GundamVsSeries'' being made available in some form.Western markets.


** This was also the only reason that ''Anime/SDGundamForce'' aired on ''Creator/{{Toonami}}'' - the staff didn't want to air it, but Sunrise forced them. Fortunately, by the time Toonami had come back, Sunrise had learned their lesson, so they allowed them to air ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' instead of ''SD Gundam Force''.



* TheWikiRule: [[http://gundam.wikia.com Right this way...]]

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* TheWikiRule: [[http://gundam.wikia.com Right this way...]]]]
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As noted under ExecutiveMeddling, Sunrise chose to follow ''Gundam Wing'' with the original 0079. Creator/{{Toonami}}, who aired ''Wing'', had approached them for another Gundam series after ''Wing'' finished it's run, and had their eyes on the aforementioned ''X'' and ''Anime/TurnAGundam'' - had Sunrise said yes, not only would those series have gotten dubs, but it's likely that the ''Gundam'' Boom would have stayed on longer. What makes this example particularly weird is that later, Sunrise let Toonami air the aforementioned ''G Gundam'' - one can't help but wonder why Sunrise didn't just let them air ''G'' first.


** Mark Simmons is undoubtedly the most knowledgeable member of the English-speaking Gundam fandom, and has even done some work for the franchise in helping iron out official translations. He regularly takes part in the fandom, especially in technical discussions, and [[http://www.ultimatemark.com/gundam/ his website]] is probably the single greatest source for Gundam info in English, including the official English Gundam site.

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** Mark Simmons is undoubtedly the most knowledgeable member of the English-speaking Gundam fandom, and has having been into it since the 80s (he even done some work submitted an original MS design for ''Manga/GundamSentinel''!) and founded the franchise in helping iron out official translations. well-regarded Gundam Project website. This earned him the notice of Sunrise, and he was hired on to help with the translation and localization of several series. He regularly takes part in the fandom, especially in technical discussions, and his current website [[http://www.ultimatemark.com/gundam/ his website]] Ultimate Mark]] is probably the single greatest source for Gundam info in English, including the official English Gundam site.


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* MilestoneCelebration: In a specific example, 2017 marks the 30th anniversary of Gundam video games, the first being ''Zeta Gundam: Hot Scramble'' for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicon]]. To celebrate this, Bandai created the Hot Scramble Gundam (based off of the Zeta-inspired Scramble Gundam from ''Anime/GundamBuildFightersTry Island Wars'' and piloted by Meijin Kawaguchi III) and included it in several Gundam games released in 2017, including ''VideoGame/SDGundamGGeneration Genesis'' and ''[[VideoGame/GundamVsSeries Gundam Versus]]''.


** For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have released every animated ''Gundam'' production, subtitled if not dubbed, in the US save for two: ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamMSIGLOO MS IGLOO]]'' (which is rather obscure) and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (which is unpopular enough that there aren't many demands it be released for sale).

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** For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have released every animated ''Gundam'' production, subtitled if not dubbed, in the US save for two: ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamMSIGLOO MS IGLOO]]'' (which is rather obscure) and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (which is unpopular enough that there fans aren't many demands it be released exactly clamoring for sale).it).


* AnimeFirst: Most ''Gundam'' animated work has been anime first, with the two exception for ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'', which were based on novels. See the {{Novelization}} entry on the main page.

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* AnimeFirst: Most ''Gundam'' animated work has been anime first, with the two exception for exceptions of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'', which were based on novels. See novels; and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamThunderbolt'', which was based on a manga. The success of the {{Novelization}} entry on latter two has lead to Bandai considering animating other popular manga/novel works in the main page.franchise.


* ExecutiveMeddling: Part of the reason the franchise failed overseas. Sunrise chose to follow the successes of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'' with ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', whose dated animation and vastly different premise manage to kill the hype. Then they follow it with ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'', which was better received, but Bandai lost favor from toy stores as they forced them to stock merchandise that nobody wanted. By the time ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' rolled around, it has neither hype or driving force from merchandise to back it up, so it was shoved into a FridayNightDeathSlot. Many fans hold the opinion that, had Sunrise exported ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'' rather than the One Year War series, ''Gundam'' might have actually hung on longer.
** This can partly be explained by the fact that there's a committee that decides which ''Gundam'' works to license, meaning that cult favorites like ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'' and ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'' [[NoExportForYou would probably never be exported]] even ''if'' the franchise had hung on. The committee seems dead set on the idea that if a series was unsuccessful in Japan, it couldn't possibly be successful in foreign markets. Of course, considering the [[MerchandiseDriven merchandise sales]] for Japan alone surpass those for the entire rest of the planet combined, odds are the suits aren't exactly crying themselves to sleep.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: ExecutiveMeddling:
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Part of the reason the franchise failed overseas. Sunrise chose to follow the successes of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'' with ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', whose dated animation and vastly different premise manage to kill the hype. Then they follow it with ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'', which was better received, but Bandai lost favor from toy stores as they forced them to stock merchandise that nobody wanted. By the time ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' rolled around, it has neither hype or driving force from merchandise to back it up, so it was shoved into a FridayNightDeathSlot. Many fans hold the opinion that, had Sunrise exported ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'' rather than the One Year War series, ''Gundam'' might have actually hung on longer.
** This can partly be explained by the fact that there's a committee that decides which ''Gundam'' works to license, meaning that cult favorites like ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'' and ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'' [[NoExportForYou would probably never be exported]] even ''if'' the franchise had hung on. The committee seems dead set on the idea that if a series was unsuccessful in Japan, it couldn't possibly be successful in foreign markets. Of course, considering the [[MerchandiseDriven merchandise sales]] for Japan alone surpass those for the entire rest of the planet combined, odds are the suits aren't exactly crying themselves to sleep.
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Since most of the franchise was distributed in the U.S. by Creator/BandaiEntertainment, it and a whole other plethora of shows fell into this when Bandai ceased production. Fortunately, Creator/{{Sunrise}} has offered to sell their Bandai-licensed shows (including ''Gundam'') to other distributers, starting with ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'' and continuing to the others in 2015. (most of the franchise is now being distributed by Creator/NozomiEntertainment).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Since most of the franchise was distributed in the U.S. by Creator/BandaiEntertainment, it and a whole other plethora of shows fell into this when Bandai ceased production. Fortunately, Creator/{{Sunrise}} has offered to sell their Bandai-licensed shows (including ''Gundam'') to other distributers, starting with ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn'' and continuing to the others in 2015. (most (Most of the franchise is now being distributed by Creator/NozomiEntertainment).



* NoExportForYou: For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have begun releasing subbed DVD's of ''Anime/TurnAGundam'', ''Anime/AfterWarGundamX'', and ''Anime/GundamBuildFighters''. Reportedly, ''Gundam Evolve'', ''Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam'', and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' are also on the way. Still no word on ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' or ''Anime/GundamReconguistaInG'', however.

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* NoExportForYou: NoExportForYou:
**
For a long time, Bandai showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to America. In 2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have begun releasing subbed DVD's of ''Anime/TurnAGundam'', ''Anime/AfterWarGundamX'', released every animated ''Gundam'' production, subtitled if not dubbed, in the US save for two: ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamMSIGLOO MS IGLOO]]'' (which is rather obscure) and ''Anime/GundamBuildFighters''. Reportedly, ''Gundam Evolve'', ''Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam'', and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' are also on the way. Still no word on ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' or ''Anime/GundamReconguistaInG'', however. (which is unpopular enough that there aren't many demands it be released for sale).
** Gundam ''games'', on the other hand, are very rarely available in North America. ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' is about the only major series that is available in English. However, ''Gundam Breaker 3'' is available subtitled in English (from Singapore), and there are rumors floating around of the next entry in the ''VideoGame/GundamVsSeries'' being made available in some form.


* NoExportForYou: About half the franchise; of the animated works, ''Gundam ZZ'', ''Victory Gundam'', ''Gundam X'', ''Turn A Gundam'', and ''Gundam AGE'' have yet to see English releases, and many of the sidestory materials have never seen the light of day on this side of the Pacific. Now that Bandai Entertainment has pulled out of the North American market, this trend is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. In the case of Anime/TurnAGundam, it was actually licensed for Western distribution, but didn't make it onto shelves before Bandai dropped out of the North American market.
** However, some of these ''can'' in fact be legally viewed subtitled via official streams. ''ZZ'' and ''AGE'' have been made available in the past through the [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GundamInfo GundamInfo]] official Youtube channel. Anime/GundamBuildFighters and [[Toys/BBSenshiSangokuden SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors]] are available with subtitles intended for audiences in English speaking countries, Thailand, Hong Kong and South Korea.
** Just got a more likely chance now that Nozomi Entertainment has picked up full distribution rights, and among those series planned for release are ''Turn-A'' and ''ZZ'' with others implied to be on the way.
* RecycledScript: Quick, which Gundam show am I describing: the main character is a [[ImprobableAge youngster]] who gets embroiled in the war when it shows up on his doorstep, leading to him FallingIntoTheCockpit of a Gundam. He ends up [[ResignedToTheCall reluctantly]] becoming an AcePilot, gaining both a [[TheRival personal enemy]] and a [[DatingCatwoman love interest]] among the enemy, the latter of which dies tragically. Eventually the hero participates in the war's FinalBattle, helping defeat the enemy before [[EarnYourHappyEnding retiring to a less martial life]]. Give up? It's [[spoiler: [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam MSG]], [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Z]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ ZZ]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn Unicorn]], [[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Seed]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny Destiny]] to a lesser extent, and arguably [[Anime/AfterWarGundamX X]] and [[Anime/TurnAGundam Turn A]] as well]]. Whew!

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* NoExportForYou: About half the franchise; of the animated works, ''Gundam ZZ'', ''Victory Gundam'', ''Gundam X'', ''Turn A Gundam'', and ''Gundam AGE'' have yet to see English releases, and many of the sidestory materials have never seen the light of day on this side of the Pacific. Now that For a long time, Bandai Entertainment has pulled out of the North American market, this trend is likely showed no interest in exporting several major ''Gundam'' productions to continue for the foreseeable future. America. In the case of Anime/TurnAGundam, it was actually licensed for Western distribution, but didn't make it onto shelves before Bandai dropped out of the North American market.
** However, some of these ''can'' in fact be legally viewed subtitled via official streams. ''ZZ'' and ''AGE'' have been made available in the past through the [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GundamInfo GundamInfo]] official Youtube channel. Anime/GundamBuildFighters and [[Toys/BBSenshiSangokuden SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors]] are available with subtitles intended for audiences in English speaking countries, Thailand, Hong Kong and South Korea.
** Just got a more likely chance now that
2015, however, Nozomi Entertainment has picked up full distribution rights, and among those series planned for release distributor Rightstuf worked out an arrangement and have begun releasing subbed DVD's of ''Anime/TurnAGundam'', ''Anime/AfterWarGundamX'', and ''Anime/GundamBuildFighters''. Reportedly, ''Gundam Evolve'', ''Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam'', and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' are ''Turn-A'' and ''ZZ'' with others implied to be also on the way.
way. Still no word on ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' or ''Anime/GundamReconguistaInG'', however.
* RecycledScript: Quick, which Gundam show am I describing: is being described: the main character is a [[ImprobableAge youngster]] who gets embroiled in the war when it shows up on his doorstep, leading to him FallingIntoTheCockpit of a Gundam. He ends up [[ResignedToTheCall reluctantly]] becoming an AcePilot, gaining both a [[TheRival personal enemy]] and a [[DatingCatwoman love interest]] among the enemy, the latter of which dies tragically. Eventually the hero participates in the war's FinalBattle, helping defeat the enemy before [[EarnYourHappyEnding retiring to a less martial life]]. Give up? It's [[spoiler: [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam MSG]], [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Z]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ ZZ]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn Unicorn]], [[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Seed]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny Destiny]] to a lesser extent, and arguably [[Anime/AfterWarGundamX X]] and [[Anime/TurnAGundam Turn A]] as well]]. Whew!


* [[FountainOfExpies Fountain of Chars]]: Char Aznable has been [[CharClone oft-imitated]], both in the ''Gundam'' franchise itself and in other shows. There's a specific [[CharClone trope]] for that already.

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* [[FountainOfExpies Fountain of Chars]]: FountainOfExpies: Char Aznable has been [[CharClone oft-imitated]], so oft-imitated, both in the ''Gundam'' franchise itself and in other shows. There's a specific shows, [[CharClone trope]] for that already.as to warrant its own trope]].

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* BigNameFan:
** Mark Simmons is undoubtedly the most knowledgeable member of the English-speaking Gundam fandom, and has even done some work for the franchise in helping iron out official translations. He regularly takes part in the fandom, especially in technical discussions, and [[http://www.ultimatemark.com/gundam/ his website]] is probably the single greatest source for Gundam info in English, including the official English Gundam site.
** He's even gotten some nods within the franchise: Mark Simmons is the default name for one of the Create-A-Characters in the video game ''Encounters in Space'', ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'' has a minor character (a mobile suit engineer) named Erica Simmons, and ''G-Saviour'''s main character, Mark Curran, has a sidekick named Simmons.


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* RecycledScript: Quick, which Gundam show am I describing: the main character is a [[ImprobableAge youngster]] who gets embroiled in the war when it shows up on his doorstep, leading to him FallingIntoTheCockpit of a Gundam. He ends up [[ResignedToTheCall reluctantly]] becoming an AcePilot, gaining both a [[TheRival personal enemy]] and a [[DatingCatwoman love interest]] among the enemy, the latter of which dies tragically. Eventually the hero participates in the war's FinalBattle, helping defeat the enemy before [[EarnYourHappyEnding retiring to a less martial life]]. Give up? It's [[spoiler: [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam MSG]], [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Z]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ ZZ]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn Unicorn]], [[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V]], [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Seed]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny Destiny]] to a lesser extent, and arguably [[Anime/AfterWarGundamX X]] and [[Anime/TurnAGundam Turn A]] as well]]. Whew!

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